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geography culture worksheet

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geography culture worksheet

Course Description : Students will travel the world, learning the locations, histories and physical geography of countries, names of capitals, famous landmarks, unique expressions of culture, and facts about the world around them. Students will learn to read maps and create their own. Students will share what they are learning by creating a variety of projects, including brochures, commercials, and tours. The course culminates with creating an immersive cultural experience to share with family and friends.

  • Basic Supplies
  • Geography and Cultures Levels 1-4
  • Geography and Cultures Levels 5-8
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  • This year we’re going to be learning about the places of the world and the people who live in them. First, we have to find them. To do that we need a map!
  • Read through this list of map vocabulary .
  • Look at this map of America and the maps on this page .  Using your list of map vocabulary words, find each of those things on this map. (Example: Find the title. Find the date….)
  • Here’s an easier grid map to read. The numbers mark the boxes. If I said that the picnic will be at 01-70, then you could find the line that runs next to 01 and the line that runs up from 70 and find where those meet.
  • What is near 00 – 71?  (answer: Grove Farm )
  • This is the end of your work for this course for your first day. You are allowed to move at your own pace (this is homeschooling), but it’s intended you complete one lesson a day.
  • What is geography ?
  • What is a map ?
  • Watch through this map lesson to learn about  latitude and longitude . (I remember which is which by thinking that “lati”tude lines are like the rungs of a “ladder.”)
  • Can you do the expert level ? (If not, try this level . You have to rotate and resize the continent using the buttons provided and drag them into place. If you are still having trouble, then here’s another level .)
  • If you are using a mobile device, some activities will send you to their paid app. Please use a laptop, Chromebook, or desktop. You can try setting your mobile browser to “desktop mode,” but that may not work for all links. Directions here . 
  • (*)Practice with  map keys . North (N) goes at the top of the compass rose . South (S) is at the bottom. East (E) is at the right. West (W) is at the left. You are going to look at the pictures and see if they are up (N), to the right (E), etc. What do the pictures mean? Can you read the map key?
  • Watch the videos on the  continents  and  oceans .
  • After the videos, see if you can name the continents .
  • Find the five oceans  on this map. They are written in blue writing. (Arctic Ocean, Atlantic Ocean, Southern Ocean, Pacific Ocean, Indian Ocean)
  • Why is Pacific written twice if it’s only one ocean? (Think about what a globe looks like.)
  • Find the oceans .
  • Learn about each continent .
  • Complete this expert level before moving on.
  • Read over this page about continental drift .
  • Explain continental drift.

Level 1-4 * (Note that an asterisk * indicates that there is a worksheet on this lesson)

  • Watch video on the  different types of maps . (The goal isn’t to know every kind of map, but to understand that there are lots of different kinds and that they each show something different about the area.)
  • Review  maps  and different types of maps.
  • *Print out this page and follow the directions to answer questions about the map . ( Answers ) *PARENTS: please check the answers using a separate/different browser from the one your child uses for school.

Level 5-8 * (Note that an asterisk * indicates that there is a worksheet on this lesson)

  • Read about different types of maps . For each one, click on the map example. Sometimes you will have to scroll down to see the right map example. (A couple of the links aren’t working. Just view the maps you can.)
  • If you’d like more explanation, here’s a video .
  • *Practice finding places on a map using longitude and latitude . ( Answers ) *PARENTS: please check the answers using a separate/different browser from the one your child uses for school.

Level 1-4 *

  • *Print page 1 (and 2 if you don’t mind). Read the directions and label the rooms . ( Answers )
  • You are going to work on making a map. You will choose a starting place and a treasure hiding place.
  • Make a map.
  • On your map, make sure to use symbols and a key.
  • On your map, make sure you have a compass rose, showing north, south, east and west. (Hint: The sun rises in the east and sets in the west.)
  • You can either mark the treasure’s location on your map, or you can write directions to have them find the place on the map. (You could say “go into the room to the east. Go north to the door” and the door would be on your map.) They would follow the directions on your map until they think they know the spot where the treasure is.
  • You can finish this on Lesson 5.
  • Identify the  parts  of this  map . A fourth part of a map is its title.
  • Write or explain what this map shows. What is a city with one of the highest annual rainfalls?
  • Make your own map. Make sure to use symbols and key and compass rose showing north, south, east and west.

(Optional materials: peanut butter, powdered sugar, flour, butter, powdered milk, candies, chocolate chips, icing, etc. for making an edible map)

  • Finish your map.
  • Put the treasure in the spot.
  • Have someone follow your map to the treasure.
  • If you like, make an edible map . Here’s a place where you can find maps . Scroll down and choose a country on the left-hand menu. A physical map will show you mountains.
  • If you like, make a physical map out of clay, playdough or edible dough (1/2 flour, 1/2 butter). Or, like the younger students, make an  edible map . Here’s a place where you can find maps . Scroll down and choose a country on the left-hand menu. A physical map will show you mountains.

Lesson 6   (Optional reading: older students and good readers can read The Life of Trust , an autobiography by George Muller)

(Other reading from libraries or stores: George Muller.  I own the whole YWAM missionary series,  Christian Heroes Then and Now.  Most of these you can get on Nook or Kindle; reading level is 5th/6th. I’ve read these aloud to my elementary-age children.)

  • We’re going to start our travels in Europe.
  • If you just write in the country names for each assigned country, these pages should be enough. If you want to get fancy, you’ll need more of page 3 or 4. You could print out flag thumbnails and cut and glue them on as your “stamp” for that country, or be really fancy and print them on label paper and use them as stickers.
  • Fill in the personal information needed on the passport photo page and draw a picture of yourself or add a photo.
  • On the page above that, write the name of the country in which you live and draw your country’s flag.
  • On one of the “Countries Visited” pages, write United Kingdom. You may want to write the date, too. A real passport always shows the date you entered the country.  (This is what it actually looks like when they stamp your passport . They can be very hard to read, especially when they are faded and on top of each other.)
  • Find the UK ( United Kingdom  on a map). (Click on the continent first. Which one?)
  • Would you like to take a look at British money ?

Level 5-8 *

  • You are going to read book called Around the World in 80 Days . I’m going to link to the junior edition of the book which is easier to read. I will also link the original version and the audio version. Your family can choose what works best for you.
  • As you read, mark on a map all the locations the man travels through on his way around the world. Mark them with numbers, and then on the back of your map (or on a separate piece of paper) write the number and the location name. From one point to the next, use different colored lines to show the different types of transportation he uses. Make a key showing which color means which type of transportation. Hang on to this map! You’ll need it on Lesson 9 (and more).
  • Today read chapter 1 (This is the junior edition.)   ( original version ,  audio – If you use the audio link, you’ll have to find the right chapter each day and click on it.)
  • *Here’s a map to label as you read. This map is ONLY for the journey in the book. Be sure to label it your Book Map and don’t get it mixed up with other maps you’ll be using.
  • On your Book Map, write 1 approximately where Phileas lives. On the back of your map, starting in the top left corner, write 1 and then the city name. What city does he live in? (answer: London )  What country is that in?  (answer:  England )  If you need help finding locations on the map, you can  search  for them online.
  • (*)I’m giving the younger students a pretend passport. If you want one too, you can print it out here . Write in the name of the countries that you study along with the date when you write it in. This is what it actually looks like when they  stamp your passport . They can be very hard to read, especially when they are faded and on top of each other.
  • We’re going to start in London like Phileas. After today, the journey in the book is not going to match up with the other geography we learn about each day.
  • Watch this video to learn the difference between the United Kingdom, England and Great Britain . Only watch to 2:17.
  • Would you like to take a look at  British money ?

Level 1-4 **

  • Use this  map of the UK.
  • *Follow the directions to label the map of the United Kingdom .
  • *Print out this map of the world too. Look at it and identify where the UK is. You can write a number 1 in the outline of the UK and write “1 – UK” on the back of the map. Keep this map.  You will be adding/labeling additional countries.
  • Play  Seterra , UK.

Level 5-8 ***

  • Read  chapter 2  ( original version ,  audio ).
  • What are the four countries/regions that make up the UK?
  • *On a separate map , label each separate country in the UK.
  • *Print out this worksheet .  Write about the history of England .
  • *Print out this map of the world , too. Look at it and identify where the UK is. You can write a number 1 in the outline of the UK and write “1 – UK” on the back of the map. Keep this map.  You will be adding/labeling additional countries as you continue your learning journey! (This map is different from your Book Map. Be sure to keep track of your maps! You’ll be using a lot of different maps in this course.)
  • Go through this European country tutorial . Click on each country on the map. Make sure your volume is on because this site reads the country names to you. You can repeat after the computer to make sure you know how to pronounce each country name.
  • Draw or make out of construction paper the flag of the United Kingdom .
  • Read  chapter 3  ( original version ,  audio ).
  • Fill out the rest of your sheet from Lesson 7. Use this site . There is info along the side. Also, search on the page for what you need to find. (Hint: ctrl F brings up a search bar on Windows computers.)
  • In the box draw the flag and an outline map to help you spot its shape on geography map labeling games.
  • Play the European country game .
  • famous people
  • Read  chapter 4  ( original version ,  audio ). In most chapters, Fogg travels to a new location. Label the location on your Book Map (keep track of all your different maps!) and draw a line showing how he got there. Include each mode of transportation on your map key. Today, mark the new country he is on his way to.
  • Go through this  European country tutorial . Click on each country on the map.
  • Tell someone about two countries you really didn’t know about before. Show them where they are on the map.
  • Look  through the parts of this page.
  • Play the  European country drag . Click on OK once you get it into position.
  • Read chapter 5  ( original version ,  audio ).
  • Learn about England .
  • Meet the people .
  • Play the  European country game .
  • Just for fun, would you like to try this  British money game ?
  • Learn about Greece . ( Alternate link )
  • Tell someone about what you learned.
  • Read  chapter 6  ( original version ,  audio ). In each chapter he travels to a new location. Label the location on your Book Map and draw a line showing how he got there. Include each mode of transportation on your map key.
  • Learn about Greece .
  • Label your world map (from Lesson 7) with Greece.
  • Find its  time zone .
  • Find today’s  weather .
  • Look up a  phrase in Greek .
  • Greece’s  currency  is euros. How many euros is 100 dollars?
  • Look at pictures of  Greece . Click on the names of some of the cities and then scroll down to see the pictures.
  • What observations can you make about Greece from the pictures?
  • Read  chapter 7  ( original version ,  audio ).
  • Label your map (from Lesson 7) with Greece.
  • Find its time zone .
  • Find today’s weather .
  • Look up a phrase in Greek .
  • Greece’s currency  is euros. How many euros is 100 dollars?
  • Look at pictures of Greece .
  • Learn about Norway . ( Alternate link )
  • Read chapter 8  ( original version ,  audio ).
  • Read about Norway’s history .
  • Learn about Norway .
  • Label your map (from Lesson 7) with Norway.
  • Look up a  phrase in Norwegian .
  • What is Norway’s  currency ? How much is 100 dollars in it?
  • Look at pictures of  Norway .
  • What observations can you make about Norway from the pictures?
  • Read  chapter 9  ( original version ,  audio ).
  • Find the  continents .
  • Play the  European country game, drag .
  • Play Seterra:  European capitals .
  • Read   chapter 10  ( original version ,  audio ).
  • Play the European country game, drag .

Lesson 16 (Other optional reading, not free, not on Kindle: The Family Under the Bridge , for the whole family, reading level 2nd/3rd) Level 1-4

  • Put the world  in place.
  • Find France and label it on your map (from Lesson 7). Here’s your map to help you. First click on the continent. Which continent are we learning about? Which continent is France on?  (answer: Europe )
  • Add France to your passport.
  • Play Seterra:  European capitals.
  • Read chapter 11   ( original version ,  audio ).
  • *Complete this map worksheet on France. Here’s your map to help you. First click on the continent.
  • Play  Seterra, French cities .
  • Where do the countries go?
  • Draw, paint or create a French flag .
  • Listen to the  numbers 1-10  in French. Can you figure out how to say how old you are in French?
  • Read chapter 12  ( original version ,  audio ).
  • Where do the  countries  go? Click on OK once you get each country into place.
  • Try to learn some  French greetings . Put your mouse on the French words.
  • *Draw the French flag and the outline shape of the country in the boxes on this worksheet .
  • Read about  France .
  • Where do the  countries  go?
  • Read chapter 13  ( original version ,  audio ).
  • Read about France’s history and write about it in the history box your worksheet from lesson 17.
  • Play  Seterra: European capitals.
  • facts ( Alternate link )
  • Read  chapter 14  ( original version ,  audio ).
  • Finish filling in your worksheet from lesson 17.   Fast facts   |  Kiddle

Lesson 20  (Optional craft for Level 1-4: straws)

  • Look at  pictures of France .
  • Play Seterra: European capitals.
  • Where are the  countries ?
  • Maybe you’d like to build an Eiffel Tower ? Here’s a picture of the Eiffel Tower. It’s in Paris, France. (I’ve been to the top of it!)
  • Read chapter 15  ( original version ,  audio ).
  • Read about France .

Lesson 21 (Optional reading for Europe: An easy read for lower levels, Answering the Call  is a culture lesson on the Roma (Gypsies) of Macedonia told through a visit to Christian missionaries. This was the first book I wrote. It’s not a literary work like  The King Will Make a Way , but it does have godly, homeschooled kids as the main characters. The story is based on my life. I wrote it when my third child was a year old. The missionaries’ home is a description of our home when we lived in a Roma village. The people they meet are all real people who were my friends.)

(Other optional reading: The Wheel on the School,  This takes place in Holland. This is something everyone can enjoy. Reading level 3rd/4th)

  • Learn about  Spain . ( Alternate link )
  • Read  chapter 16  ( original version ,  audio ). Remember to always mark any new locations on your Book Map and draw the route with a color or type of line (dotted, curly, etc.) that identifies the type of transportation.
  • Read about its history .
  • Use the links to  learn about Spain .
  • Label your map with Spain (from Lesson 7).
  • Look up a  phrase in Castilian Spanish  (You’ll have to use just “Spanish.”)
  • What is Spain’s  currency ? How much is 10 dollars in it?
  • Look at pictures of  Spain .
  • What observations can you make about Spain from the pictures?
  • Read chapter 17  ( original version ,  audio ).
  • Look up a  phrase in Castilian Spanish .
  • Learn about  Iceland . ( Alternate link )
  • Read  chapter 18  ( original version ,  audio ).
  • Read about Ireland’s  history .
  • Learn about Ireland . ( Alternate link )
  • Label your map with Iceland (from Lesson 7).
  • Look up a  phrase in Icelandic .
  • What is Iceland’s  currency ? How much is 100 dollars in it? (On the list it’s ISK.)
  • View photos of Iceland.
  • Read chapter 19  ( original version 19 ,  audio ).
  • Label your map with Ireland (from Lesson 7).
  • Here’s some Irish slang, from slang.ie:  gaff = house; bate = exhausted; grand = fine/ok
  • What is Ireland’s  currency ? How much is 1000 dollars in it?
  • Look at pictures of  Ireland .
  • What observations can you make about Ireland from the pictures?

Level 1-4 (*)  Note that an asterisk in parenthesis (*) indicates an optional page to print.

  • Play Seterra, European countries .
  • You are going to have until Lesson 29 to learn more about European countries.
  • Europe map : fast facts, flags, history
  • Europe Facts : history, land, people, pictures
  • (*) fill in a worksheet
  • (*)  flag and map worksheets for several countries (scroll down)
  • (*)  paper dolls
  • (*)  Macedonia lapbook
  • (*) Create your own lapbook .
  • Maybe you’d like to complete a lapbook.
  • Maybe you’ll just read about a different country each day from one of the first sites.
  • Maybe you’ll pick one country to learn about all week and complete a worksheet about it.
  • Maybe you’ll click on every link.
  • Maybe you’ll cook something different each day.
  • You need to remember two things: stay in Europe and mark each country you learn about on your map. You can put them in your passport too!

Level 5-8 (*) Note that an asterisk in parenthesis (*) indicates an optional page to print.

  • Read chapter 20  ( original version ,  audio ).
  • Play Seterra,  European countries .
  • Read about every  European country . Use the list down the side.
  • Europe flags
  • Europe   history, culture
  • More info : Choose the country and then use the links on the right.
  • (*) fill in a  worksheet
  • (*)  flag and map worksheets  for several countries (scroll down)
  • make a paper flag or map
  • Maybe you’ll complete a lapbook.
  • Maybe you’ll pick one country and click on every link.
  • You need to remember three things: stay in Europe, read about the history of any country you choose, and mark each country you learn about on your map.
  • Can you  name the countries ? (Hit enter instead of clicking OK to submit your answer.)
  • Use the list from Lesson 25 to learn more about a European country. Make sure you label it on your map (from lesson 7). You can also add each new country to your passport if you like.
  • Read chapter 21  ( original version ,  audio ).
  • Can you  name the countries ?
  • Use the list from Lesson 25 to learn more about a European country. Make sure you label it on your map (from lesson 7).
  • Learn the capitals of the European countries.
  • Read  chapter 22  ( original version ,  audio ).
  • Learn the  capitals  of the European countries.
  • Match the capitals and the countries.
  • Read chapter 23  ( original version ,  audio ).
  • Match the  capitals  and the countries.
  • Match the countries to the capitals .
  • Read  chapter 24  ( original version ,  audio ).
  • Match the  countries to the capitals .
  • Can you find the country ? If that’s too hard, you could choose the name of each country.  
  • Choose the name of each capital . If it’s too hard, you can use click on the country .
  • *Label what you can. You can point and name the  countries and capitals . Hold onto your map. The printed map includes Turkey, which is a bit in Europe and mostly in Asia. Here’s a map showing how Turkey connects the two continents .
  • Read chapter 25  ( original version ,  audio ).
  • Choose the name of each country.  You could instead try to type the first three letters of each country.
  • Choose the name of each capital .
  • *Label what you can. You can point and name the  countries and capitals  or number them and write a list. Hold onto your map.
  • Play Seterra:  European cities .
  • ideas of what to include
  • Example  You should make yours two-sided so that it can be folded in thirds like a real brochure.
  • European hot spots
  • European vacation destinations
  • You need to present your brochure on Lesson 35.
  • Read  chapter 26  ( original version ,  audio ).
  • Choose to play the  capitals game .
  • Work on your brochure.
  • Read chapter 27  ( original version ,  audio ).
  • Choose to play the hard version of the capitals game .
  • Play Seterra:  French cities .
  • Read  chapter 28  ( original version ,  audio ).
  • Can you find the  European bodies of water ?
  • Read chapter 29  ( original version ,  audio ).
  • Place these rivers on your map from Lessons 30 and 25: Danube, Seine, Volga, Thames.
  • Present your brochure.
  • Read  chapter 30  ( original version 30 ,  audio ).
  • Place these rivers on your map from Lessons 30 and 25.

General African History and Culture

Lesson 36 (Optional reading: The Story of David Livingstone , This is on Ambleside’s 6th grade list. The Book of Missionary Heroes , pp. 131 – 209. I wouldn’t give this to a younger advanced reader. You might want to read out loud to watch for anything you might want to edit/tone down. Here’s a sentence from the book, for example: “The ranks of savages bristled with spears and arrows.” This book can also show attitudes toward Africa. Here’s a biography on Mary Slessor . This seems very readable. This might make a good read aloud.)

(Other optional reading from libraries or stores: anything on Mary Slessor , David Livingstone )

  • Play Seterra: North African countries .
  • You are going to read some various histories from Africa this week.
  • Read about the ancient kingdom of Kush . Where is that on this map of Africa ? (Hint: Kush was built in the mountains at the start of the Nile River.)
  • Read chapter 31  ( original version ,  audio ).
  • Go through this map of Africa . You have three days to work on these. Start with the northwest section. Listen to the name. Read the name and capital. Try to memorize some, if you can. Click again if you need a reminder.
  • Play Seterra:  North African countries .
  • Play Seterra: East African countries .
  • Read about the kingdom of Ghana . (We’re going to read some of the things linked on this page on future days.)
  • Read  chapter 32  ( original version ,  audio ).
  • Go through this map of Africa . Work  on the east section. You can also review what you learned on the previous lesson.
  • Play Seterra:  East African countries .
  • Play Seterra:  Southern African countries .
  • Read about the kingdom of Mali .
  • Read chapter 33  ( original version ,  audio ).
  • Go through the map of Africa . Finish going through the countries.
  • Play Seterra:  West African countries .
  • Read about the Kingdom of Songhay .
  • Read  chapter 34  ( original version ,  audio ).
  • Find the African countries . Leave the settings and click on the country written at the top of the map.
  • Read about Africa’s oral tradition .
  • Play Seterra: Central African countries .
  • Play Seterra:  African countries .
  • Read about the kingdom of Benin .
  • Read chapter 35  ( original version ,  audio ).
  • Read about the Nok .
  • Play  African countries  find and click.
  • Read about the Griots .
  • Read about the Trans Sahara trade routes .
  • See the Sahara on the map. You can read on this page that the Sahara is the largest desert in the world and covers almost one third of Africa.
  • Spelling tip: You can tell the difference between desert and dessert because you always want more dessert (that’s why there are 2 S’s.)
  • Read  chapter 36  ( original version ,  audio ).
  • Play  African countries .
  • Where were the trade routes?
  • What were the benefits?
  • We’re going to read some African stories this week.
  • Read “ The Chief Who Was No Fool .”
  • Look and learn about Botswana .
  • Read  chapter 37  ( original version ,  audio ).
  • Show someone your completed Book Map. Take them on the tour of the book. Tell and show where and how he traveled.
  • Read about Prince Henry the Navigator .
  • Read  Two Ways to Count to Ten . Scroll down to keep reading. Here is a video , though a long version of the story.
  • Play  African countries  drag and disappear.
  • Look and learn about Tanzania .
  • Read about maafa .
  • Learn about Zimbabwe .
  • Read “ The Lion’s Whisker .”
  • Play Seterra:  African capitals, Northern .
  • Play Seterra:  African capitals, Western .
  • Look and learn about Ghana .
  • Read about  the Boers .
  • Learn about Ghana .
  • Read African proverbs .
  • Play Seterra:  African capitals, Eastern .
  • Play Seterra:  African capitals, Southern .
  • Look and learn about Morocco .
  • Read about  Apartheid . ( alternate link )
  • Learn about Mali .

South Africa

  • Play Seterra:  African capitals, Central .
  • Learn African capitals , or try to find them.
  • Add South Africa to your passport.
  • *Print the Africa map .
  • Label South Africa on your map.
  • Also put Cape Town on your map. Have you noticed that Lesotho is inside South Africa?
  • Look at the key. Is South Africa mostly flat, hilly, or mountainous?
  • Draw the mountains on your map.

Level 5-8 **

  • Play  African capitals  find and click.
  • *Complete this map activity for South Africa. Look up those words to figure out the difference between the types of capitals.
  • Label South Africa on your Africa map.
  • Click on each African country to learn their name.
  • Draw or make the South African flag .
  • Listen to their national anthem .
  • Play  African countries  drag and drop.
  • Play Seterra: South Africa cities .
  • Read this page about the South Africa flag . What does the Y on the flag stand for?  (answer: Different types of people coming together. )
  • *Color the South Africa flag . ( Here’s how it should look.)
  • Read  and  listen  to their  national anthem . Try to pronounce it!
  • Play  Seterra:  African capitals .
  • Read about South Africa .
  • Write about the history of South Africa .
  • *Fill in the top box of this page .
  • Learn about  Nelson Mandela .
  • Read about Nelson Mandela and write about him in the box on your paper from lesson 48.
  • Play capitals , click and find.
  • Look at pictures of South Africa . Scroll down to under the flag.
  • Finish your worksheet from lesson 48. Use this site . Research anything you can’t find.

Lesson 51  

(Optional Materials: yellow cornmeal)

  • African countries
  • If you are using your passport, add Kenya and today’s date.
  • You are going to put together a Kenya lapbook. You can use a file folder or just attach the pieces to anything. You could use construction paper and staple some into a book. You could make the pieces into a poster. You could just attach them to regular paper in your binder.
  • *Today you are going to put together the ugali and flag pieces . Here is a picture of ugali . Here is a picture of a Kenyan flag .
  • When you are done, show the pieces to someone and read them what they say.
  • You can try the recipe if you like. My Kenyan friends made this every time we came for dinner.
  • Listen to the national anthem .
  • Read the national anthem .
  • *Complete this mapping activity  for Kenya. Here’s a map to help.
  • African countries   If you want to switch an answer, click on “change.”
  • *Complete this lapbook piece .
  • Take a look at Kenyan money (shillings). These are images of the front and on the right the back of the bills.
  • Here’s one more image .
  • Find former President Obama’s  fa mily tribe . “He’s from the Luo tribe.”
  • Figure out what geographical area of Africa Kenya is in. Is it in the region of the West, East, Central, or South?
  • Show your new lapbook piece to someone and read it to them.
  • Read Kenya’s history .
  • *Write about it on the top of this page . Hang onto this worksheet. You will be adding to it over the next couple lessons.
  • *Complete the next piece of your lapbook.
  • Learn some of  bodies of water around Africa. What is the name of the largest lake?
  • Add information to the bottom of your worksheet from Lesson 52.   Fast facts   |  More Facts ( Alternate link )
  • Can you choose the name of the countries ?
  • Read page 13 of this PDF . You can use the link on there to listen to Swahili .
  • On the worksheet from Lesson 52, draw a picture of the flag in the box and either an outline picture of the country or add in any other interesting fact.
  • Try to figure out the  flags of Europe . (Don’t worry about the score. You are not expected to know these.)
  • Learn about Africa’s rivers .
  • *Here’s your last lapbook piece .
  • Compile your lapbook. Show it off.
  • Would you like to see more pictures of Kenya ?
  • Learn about Africa’s landscape .
  • Use your wrong guesses to learn some of the rivers of Africa .
  • African capitals
  • Famous people   (two links here)
  • Read about Nigeria’s history .
  • *Complete the map worksheet on Nigeria.
  • *Color in a flag of Nigeria and read about its history.
  • Try to speak in Nigerian Pidgin .
  • Read the life in Nigeria .
  • Click on the links and read about things to do in Nigeria .
  • Play Seterra:  African capitals .
  • Plan a trip to Africa. Decide how long you are going to stay. Decide where you will go, what you will see… Write it all out. Write the date and where you will be and what you will do.
  • On this site you can use the sightseeing guides for all of the African countries listed. Click on the country.
  • You can continue this on Lesson 59.
  • Plan a trip to Africa. Decide how long you are going to stay. Decide where you will go, what you will see… Write it all out. Write the date and where you will be and what you will do. Make it as detailed as you can. Where will you be in the morning, in the afternoon? Plan in travel times.
  • If you want to use them, on this site you can use the  sightseeing guides  for all of the African countries listed. Click on the country.
  • You can continue to work on this on Lesson 59.
  • African countries  – drag and disappear
  • If you have finished planning your trip through Africa, you can try your hand at African flags , just for fun, unless you want to try to learn any of them!
  • Read the facts .
  • It’s okay if you don’t remember all these. That’s why you’re playing again.
  • European bodies of water

European countries

  • Practice European capitals .
  • South African cities

Lesson 61 (Optional Reading: The Book of Missionary Heroes pp.65-126) Level 1-4

  • Learn about Australia . Make sure to add it to your map (from lesson 7) and passport.
  • You are going to be making a commercial about Australia. You can be thinking about that as you learn about it.
  • You can also look at the pictures on this main page, as well as read the fast facts and see the flag . ( Alternate link ) Does something about the flag seem familiar? Compare it to the UK’s flag. (Australia was ruled by Britain at one time. They broke away peaceably, without war, and one agreement was that they would retain the British flag on their flag to show their connection.)
  • Read about Australia . Make sure you add it to your world map (from lesson 7).
  • You are going to be making a commercial for Australia. Take notes about something of historical significance to include.
  • Learn about Australia’s flag . You can scroll down a bit and read under “Devices.” You can see on the right the different pieces that make up the flag.
  • Read through the history timeline .
  • Read about James Cook .
  • *Write something about  James Cook .
  • Read more about Australia’s history .
  • Tell someone about his significance to Australia.
  • Read about a day in the life of a kid in Australia.
  • *Draw the deserts and the mountains of Australia on a blank map .
  • Here’s a map to show you.  Range is a mountain. You can see the bumps on the map for the mountains.
  • *Label this map of Australia . Here’s the link to the online atlas  to help you.
  • Read about Australia .
  • Go sightseeing .
  • Look at pictures .
  • Start planning your commercial. It can be a radio or television commercial. You will put on your commercial on Lesson 65.
  • Look at  pictures .
  • Get your commercial together.
  • Perform your commercial for an audience.
  • Learn about New Zealand .
  • Here is a video you could watch.
  • Explore New Zealand .
  • Play Seterra:  Australia and surrounding countries .
  • Play Flags of the World .
  • Practice European countries .
  • Find Europe’s capitals .
  • Play  Flags of the World .
  • Learn about  Indonesia .
  • Use the links to explore the Philippines .
  • Play  Flags of the World . Can you do better this time?
  • Find the capitals .
  • Can you type the name of the countries? If this is too hard, choose the name of the countries .
  • Find the  capitals .
  • *Print this map . Show what you know. Name the continents, oceans, many countries. Tell about them. Teach someone all about what you have learned so far.
  • *Print out a map .
  • Some options for map data:
  • air temperature
  • precipitation
  • Show someone your map.
  • *Print a map of Asia .
  • Click on each country and start learning the names. Make sure you have your volume on because it will read the country names to you. Practice saying each country’s name by repeating it after the computer.
  • Look at your map that you printed. Show on your map what countries were not taught in your lesson.
  • *Print a  map of Asia .
  • Click on each country and start learning the names.

The Middle East

Lesson 72 (Optional reading: The Story of the Chosen People. A family read-aloud, or maybe 4th and up could read on their own)

  • *Print this map of the area we call the Middle East . The Middle East is part of Asia and part of North Africa. We call China and other countries (such as Japan and Korea), the Far East.
  • Choose a different color for each country. Color in each one. Here’s a map to help you.

Level 5-8 (*)

  • (*)Read through these overviews of the history of the people of the Middle East on pages 14-24. (This resource will be used for the next couple weeks. If you want to read this offline, you can print pages 14-24, 28-31, 33-41, 45-55, and 57-63. You could also move it to an eReader if yours allows PDFs.)
  • Tell someone some of the kingdoms and some of common characteristics of the land and people.
  • Look and read about the three main religions of the Middle East. Read about Judaism , Christianity and Islam .
  •  Play Seterra: The Middle East .
  • Christianity, Judaism and Islam are the main religions of the Middle East. Islam is by far the dominant religion of the region.
  • Read about Judaism .
  • Read the arts and literature section about  Islam . (Scroll down below the videos to see it.)
  • Play Seterra:  The Middle East .
  • Learn about Jordan .
  • You can label this on your map (from lesson 7) and in your passport.
  • Tell someone about Jordan.
  • Learn about Iraq .
  • Label Iraq on your map (from lesson 7).
  • Tell someone about Iraq and America’s history with Iraq.
  • Learn about  Afghanistan . Afghanistan is technically outside the Middle East, in South Asia.
  • Tell someone about Afghanistan.
  • Optional: recipes
  • Do not click on any links inside either of the pop-up articles.
  • Label it on your map (from lesson 7).
  • Tell someone about Afghanistan and what you learned of America’s history with Afghanistan.
  • Optional:  recipes
  • Would you like to look at the Hebrew alphabet? Learn a letter of the alphabet.
  • Look at this map of Israel. ( Alternate link ) It shows the land as God divided it up among the twelve tribes. You are going to be learning about places in Israel.
  • Learn about the Dead Sea . It’s the big little body of water on your map, next to Judah.
  • Read pages 28 – 31 of this booklet on Israel’s history .
  • Learn another letter of the alphabet .
  • Open this map of Israel . ( Alternate link ) While you learn about Masada, try to figure out where it is located on the map.
  • Learn about Masada .
  • Read pages 33 – 40 of this booklet on  Israel’s history .
  • Open this map of Israel . ( Alternate link ) While you learn about the Gaza Strip, try to figure out where it is located on the map.
  • Learn about a kibbutz and the Gaza Strip .
  • You’ll see some new words. A kibbutz is a place for communal living, which means everyone owns it together; everyone works together; everyone shares everything together. Each person gives what they can. Each person works for the good of everyone there.
  • The Gaza Strip is a small piece of land. There are disputes over who owns it. Gaza in the Bible was given to the tribe of Judah. Ever hear of the phrase, “Lion of Judah?” That’s because Jesus is from the line of Judah, which means that Gaza belongs to Jesus’ family!
  • Read pages 41, 45 – 55  of this booklet on  Israel’s history .
  • Open this map of Israel . ( Alternate link ) Find Jerusalem on the map.
  • Learn about Jerusalem .
  • Answer the essay question on page 63 of this booklet on  Israel’s history .
  • Now look at the key or legend on this map of Israel and find the borders where the “Israelites” and the “Philistines” (nowadays we call them the “Israelis” and the “Palestinians”) are still battling it out over the land.
  • “The history of the Jewish people begins with Abraham, and the story of Abraham begins when God tells him to leave his homeland, promising Abraham and his descendants a new home in the land of Canaan. (Gen. 12). This is the land now known as Israel, named after Abraham’s grandson, whose descendants are the Jewish people. The land is often referred to as the Promised Land because of God’s repeated promise (Gen. 12:7, 13:15, 15:18, 17:8) to give the land to the descendants of Abraham.” (from jewfaq.org)
  • “But suppose all of you turn away from me. Or your sons turn away from me. You refuse to obey the commands and rules I have given you. And you go off to serve other gods and worship them. Then I will cut Israel off from the land. It is the land I gave them. I will turn my back on this temple. I will do it even though I have set it apart for my Name to be there. Then Israel will be hated by all of the nations. They will laugh and joke about Israel.” (1 Kings 9:6-7)
  • This Scripture has proven true. The Jews blame the Muslims for taking their land and causing them troubles, but a student of Scripture knows that the Jews themselves are the cause of the trouble. They are not following God’s desires for them. They were cut off from their land. They have been returned in part to their land, but they are in constant battle for it. Many Muslims make no secret of the fact that they think the nation of Israel should no longer exist. I have lived in places where you call someone a “Jew” if you want to call them a bad name, like a curse. It seems like everyone hates the Jews when you travel outside of Christian circles.
  • One thing that I found fascinating is that I learned that the Jews are still fighting the Philistines. In the Bible, the Israelites were always fighting the Philistines. Remember Goliath? He was a Philistine. In English today we call them Palestinians. They are fighting Israel for control of parts of the country such as the Gaza Strip. In many other languages, including Hebrew and Arabic, the word for Palestinian sounds like “Philistine.” They are still at it after all these years.
  • Do the test on pages 57 – 62 of this booklet on Israel’s history .
  • “But if you or your descendants turn away from me and do not observe the commands and decrees I have given you and go off to serve other gods and worship them, then I will cut off Israel from the land I have given them and will reject this temple I have consecrated for my Name.Israel will then become a byword and an object of ridicule among all peoples.”  (1 Kings 9:6-7)
  • This Scripture has proven true. The Jews blame the Muslims for taking their land and causing them troubles, but a student of Scripture knows that the Jews themselves are the cause of the trouble. They are not following God’s desires for them. They were cut off from their land. They have been returned in part to their land, but they are in constant battle for it. Many Muslims make no secret of the fact that they think the nation of Israel should no longer exist and want to work toward that end. I have lived in places where you call someone a “Jew” if you want to call them a bad name, like a curse. It seems like everyone hates the Jews when you travel outside of Christian circles. 

Turkey (1-4)

India (5-8)

(Optional Reading: India: Things as They Are  by Amy Carmichael, Revolution in World Missions by K.P. Yohannan, The Life of William Carey   Those are all aimed at adults.  China:  Hudson Taylor   This is 74 pages. This is for the youngest audience of these. Click on the single page icon at the bottom and then zoom in to read. The Book of Missionary Heroes,   pp. 213-271)

(Optional Reading, from stores or library:  Little Pear Appropriate for everyone, but it is a younger book, maybe 3rd grade reading level. This is for China, but it is not in a modern setting.  In the Year of the Boar and Jackie Robinson This book not only teaches something about China, but it also teaches about American culture and can help your children realize how much of what is natural to them is really their culture that is just “built in” by living in a certain place. This is maybe 5th grade reading level. I love this book. I highly recommend it to those who are raising kids overseas. Missionary biographies for China include Eric Liddell and Gladys Aylward . India missionary biographies are  William Carey  and Amy Carmichael . Other missionary biographies include Adoniram Judson in Burma.)

  • Work on learning the countries in Asia . Click on the countries to hear their names.
  • You’re going to create a lapbook about Turkey.
  • *Here are today’s pieces .
  • Work on learning the  countries in Asia . Click on the countries.
  • *Print out the map of India and follow the directions to label it.
  • In the India section you can click on the link to see India’s currency .
  • Here’s a short biography to read about the man on their paper money.
  • What’s his name?
  • Find the countries of Asia .
  • *Do the four question pieces . Search for the answer. ( Answers )
  • Read about India’s history .
  • *Write about it on the top of this page .
  • Drag and drop the countries of Asia .
  • *Do the meal piece . There are six parts to it.
  • Draw the  Indian flag  and the  outline shape  of the country in the box.
  • Learn some Hindi .
  • You could also go sightseeing .
  • Play Seterra: Asian countries .
  • *Do the two temperature pieces .
  • Play Seterra:  Asian countries .
  • Fill in the rest of the worksheet from Lesson 82.  Fast facts   More facts
  • Find the  countries of Asia .
  • *Do the picture piece .
  • Read the additional notes . (Money math answers: Two and a half million lira would equal $2.50.  Two boxes of milk would cost $1.30. )
  • You can label Turkey on your map (from lesson 7) and in your passport.
  • *Print out this worksheet and complete the quest.  You can use these facts  to help you!
  • Label India on your map (from lesson 7).
  • Watch the Japanese folk tale .
  • Read Japan’s facts .
  • Label it on your map (from lesson 7) and in your passport.
  • Make this presentation on Japan’s geography full screen.
  • Write five questions about the presentation (about Japan’s geography).
  • Answer them.
  • Label Japan on your map (from lesson 7).
  • Watch the Japanese Folk Tale, “ Urashima .”
  • Try speaking  Japanese .
  • Go  sightseeing . 
  • If you like, look at  pictures of Japan .
  • Start learning Asian capitals .
  • *Print out the map of Japan and follow the directions.
  • Try speaking Japanese .
  • G o  sightseeing . 
  • Read about Japanese culture . Use the question and answer links.
  • Tell someone all about it.
  • Find the Asian capitals .
  • Read about Japan .
  • Choose a part of  Japanese culture  you are interested in and learn more about it. Use the links on the page.
  • Read about Japan’s nature and climate . Use the links.
  • What do those graphs tell you?
  • Read about a Japanese myth .
  • Play Seterra: Asian capitals .
  • Guess the gesture .
  • Choose a part of Japanese culture you are interested in and learn more about it. Use the links on the page.
  • Optional: cookbook
  • Place the  countries of Asia .
  • Choose a famous native and write a paragraph about him or her. You’ll have to do the research. (Here’s a second list .)
  • Optional:  cookbook

(Other optional reading, not free:  The House on Walenska Street is set in a Russian village of 1913. It chronicles the plights of Jewish family. Amazon.com lists this as 9-12 reading age, but my memory would have placed it as a 2nd grade reading level. I remember it as an easier novel and okay for younger children.)

  • Read about Russia .
  • Place Russia on your map (from lesson 7) and in your passport.
  • Name the  capitals of Asia .
  • Watch the video to learn some Russian with Mr. G.
  • *Color in the Russian flag . You’ll need to scroll down to the last country.
  • Here’s a picture of the flag .
  • Watch the video to learn about the Russian language and speak some Russian with Mr. G.
  • * Here is a page you can print if you want which contains all the information presented in the video.
  • Famous person
  • *Write about it at the top of this page .
  • Look at photographs of Russia.
  • In the photos, make sure you see St. Basil’s Cathedral, the most famous landmark of Russia.
  • Draw in the country and flag in the box on your worksheet from Lesson 93. Fill in the rest of the worksheet from Lesson 93.  Fast facts   More facts
  • From looking at the photographs, what are some Russian landmarks? (Landmarks are places that tourists go to see, and you would know it was Russia if you saw a picture of it.)
  • Play Seterra:  Asian capitals .
  • Read about Russia’s history .
  • Learn about school in Russia . Scroll down to the school section. There is a video in it. It’s above the transportation map picture. Read about their school.
  • Tell someone about Russia.
  • Fill in the rest of the worksheet from Lesson 93.  Fast facts   More facts
  • Learn about Thailand .
  • Mark it on your map (from lesson 7) and passport.
  • Mark it on your map (from lesson 7).
  • Learn about Vietnam .
  • Learn about Nepal .
  • Learn about China .
  • Learn about South Korea .
  • Learn about North Korea .
  • Learn about Pakistan .
  • Look around at different Asian locations on this site. Choose one to write a travel guide for.
  • You will include pages on where to go (with a map), what to see (with a picture), what to eat, what to do… Include pictures and make it sound fun and interesting!
  • You are writing it for one country. It should have at least 5 pages, including a cover.
  • You need to finish on Lesson 104.
  • Look around at different Asian locations on this site. Choose one to write a  travel guide  for.
  • European capitals
  • Finish it today!
  • Present your travel brochure to an audience.
  • Learn a little about families around the world . What can you observe from the pictures?
  • Look through the  pictures of Asia .
  • Scroll down through this list of the most  famous landmarks  in the world.
  • Here’s one more list of  landmarks  to look through.
  • Just one more…Look at these  Asian landmark photos .

Arctic (Inuit) 1-4 / Antarctica 5-8 

  • You are going to be learning about the people who are native to the Arctic region.
  • Read about  the Inuit community .
  • *Begin your Inuit lapbook. Today’s piece is about Inuit life .
  • Study this map of Antarctica  (on page 3 of the PDF). Antarctica is at the South Pole.
  • What are all the things it shows?
  • What is bathymetry?  (Look it up.)
  • Look at the numbers. How do the numbers change as you move from the edges  toward the center of Antarctica? What does that mean for what it would look like if you could look at it from the side?
  • Who has a scientific station in the center of the continent?  (answer: USA )
  • There are many places on the map apparently named after someone. Choose a name and find out about that person. Tell someone about what you learn.
  • Read the section called “ The Spirit .”
  • You can use the link to read more about their arts and crafts .
  • View Inuit soapstone creations .
  • *Fill in a lapbook piece on Inuit art.
  • Read about icebergs and glaciers . Use the links to move on to learn more about glaciers.
  • Write a paragraph response for your answer. Do you think icebergs should be used to provide clean drinking water for people who need it? (Think: Who owns the icebergs? Would it impact Antarctica?)
  • Finish reading the page about the modern day indigenous people of Canada .
  • Read about the Inuksuit . (I know this is a little hard to read.)
  • *Write about the Inuksuit and then make draw or cut out your own and add it to your lapbook.
  • Read about auroras .
  • Look at  photos . For each grouping of photos, make observations about Antarctica.
  • What would it be like living and working in Antarctica?
  • Can you see the Arctic on this view of the earth from space?
  • Read about the changing light during the  four seasons .
  • Read more about the “ midnight sun .”
  • *Write about summer in the Arctic .
  • What types of people are needed (skills)?
  • What types of people (personality) go?
  • Choose a couple of topics to learn about  living in Antarctica that are interesting to you.
  • Tell someone about them.

Lesson 110  

  • Learn about traditional  Inuit games . Click on the ones that interest you.
  • *Fill in a lapbook piece on Arctic fun and games.
  • Put your lapbook together.  Use it to show someone what you have learned.
  • *Play this Antarctica exploration game . When it says to tell someone a fact, use the information spaces on the board.  If you need dice, use these: printable , online .
  • Look at the new 7 Wonders of the World .
  • *Print out a map of South America for this. (We’re doing this next anyway.)
  • See more by watching this video . Which one was missing from the article?
  • One more video…these have the original as well as the new wonders of the world.
  • Read about the  7 Wonders of the World .
  • Do you agree with the list? Would you have chosen something else? What?
  • Watch this video which includes the original wonders of the world .
  • Learn the landmarks .
  • Do you know them? Make sure you know how to pronounce them all.
  • Listen to the song, “ One Small World .”
  • You can do one more matching activity .
  • Click on the “ Can you name them? ” link. Use the clues and this site to name the  ancient wonders . Don’t guess. Try to figure them out.
  • Choose a landmark . You have to complete the puzzle to learn about it!
  • Do at least four. Tell someone which ones you learned about what you learned!
  • Name the  continents and oceans .
  • Find the bodies of water .
  • Find the  bodies of water .
  • Play Seterra: 25 Major Cities . You haven’s learned all these. Give it a try.
  • Place the countries in Asia or try to type their names.
  • Use what you know to make educated guesses and learn what you can as you go.
  • You can leave it in practice mode. You can turn on labels, but then it will make you turn them off.
  • Find the  European bodies of water .
  • Place the  flags of Europe . Click the button to turn on the map help to find the flag. Then click on the country.
  • South America

(Other optional reading, from library or store: Bruchko is a missionary story in Colombia. -This is not part of the same series)

  • Read this South American folktale, “ The Boy and the Violin .”
  • Label Brazil on your map (from lesson 7) and add it to your passport.
  • Look at Brazil’s flag and read underneath it what it means.
  • *Print the flag of Brazil and color it in.
  • *Print out a  map of South America . Label Brazil.
  • Start learning about the  countries in South America . Click on each country.
  • Watch the Day in the Life .
  • *Begin your Brazil lapbook with these pieces .
  • Play Seterra: South American countries .
  • Read about Brazil .
  • Read about their myths .
  • Find the countries  in South America.
  • Speak Portuguese , the language of Brazil.
  • *Complete these lapbook pieces .
  • *Write about it in the box at the top of this page .
  • Go sightseeing . On the left are the different places you can go.
  • Draw the  country and flag in the box on your worksheet from Lesson 118.
  • *Finish your lapbook .
  • Read these additional notes .
  • Escape the dragon’s lair . If a staircase opens, click on it.
  • Fill in the rest of the worksheet from Lesson 118.  Fast facts    More facts
  • Read about Argentina . Watch a little of the video on the page. You don’t have to use the links, just read what’s on the page.
  • Read about the day in the life of a kid in Argentina.
  • Play Seterra: South American capitals .
  • *Print out the map of Argentina and follow the directions
  • Learn about Argentina .
  • Read the history of Argentina .
  • *Color in the  flag of Argentina.
  • The land where Argentina is located was once controlled by what country? They fought a war to gain their independence. Look on your flag worksheet to answer the question.
  • Listen to their  national anthem .
  • Argentina declared itself an independent country in what year? Who did they fight to gain their independence?
  • Read about their history to answer the questions.
  • *Write about their history on this page .
  • Go sightseeing in Argentina.
  • Use the links up on the left to view the language guide.
  • Here are more pictures for  you to look at.
  • Here are recipes if you are interested.
  • Keep in mind things to do and places to go. You’ll need some of those for your project.
  • Draw their  flag and country  in the box.
  • Read about things to do in Argentina.
  • Fill in the rest of the worksheet from Lesson 122.  Fast facts    More facts
  • Watch this video . This is from a show called  The Amazing Race.  They race around the world by going to different countries and then doing different challenges related to the country. For instance, in Austria there is the longest apartment building in the world. The teams had to do a sort of treasure hunt by finding different apartments and looking for the treasure. Where they are known for a certain food, the teams may have to cook the dish. Sometimes they have to work with a local animal.
  • Plan out an amazing race in Argentina. Come up with at least two tasks. Use two different locations.
  • Watch this video This is from a show called,  The Amazing Race.  They race around the world by going to different countries and then doing different challenges related to the country. For instance, in Austria there is the longest apartment building in the world. The teams had to do a sort of treasure hunt by finding different apartments and looking for the treasure. Where they are known for a certain food, the teams may have to cook the dish. Sometimes they have to work with a local animal.
  • Do you need more info ?
  • Learn about Colombia . ( Alternate link )
  • Make sure to add it to your map (from lesson 7) and passport.
  • Tell someone about Columbia.
  • Learn about Colombia .
  • Learn about  Ecuador .
  • Tell someone what you learned.
  • Learn about  Colombia .
  • Learn about  Peru .
  • Learn about  Chile .
  • Learn about  Bolivia .
  • African countries   
  • Look at the flags of Africa . Can you make any observations about colors or shapes that a majority of them have? Are there any clues that you could use to guess if a flag was for an African country?
  • Look at the flags of Europe ? What observations can you make? Do you see how lots of them have a cross-like symbol? Not all, but a lot. If you saw that on a flag, you could guess that flag was from a European country.
  • Look at the flags of Asia . Muslim countries often have a moon shape on them.
  • Look at the flags of South America . Any observations?
  • Look at the Oceania flags . A lot of blue? A lot of stars?
  • *I suggest cutting out pieces today to get it ready to play on Lesson 132. This game is on Level 5-8 as well. You don’t need to print multiple copies. Read the directions on the game.
  • Look at the  flags of Africa . Can you make any observations about colors or shapes that a majority of them have? Are there any clues that you could use to guess if a flag was for an African country?
  • Look at the  flags of Europe ? What observations can you make? Do you see how lots of them have a cross-like symbol? Not all, but a lot. If you saw that on a flag, you could guess that flag was from a European country.
  • Look at the  flags of Asia . Muslim countries often have a moon shape on them.
  • Look at the  flags of South America . Any observations?
  • Look at the  Oceania flags . A lot of blue? A lot of stars?
  • Use those clues to try to guess the flags ‘ countries. Try Countries, All.
  • *I suggest  cutting out pieces today to get it ready to play on Lesson 132. This game is on level Level 1-4 as well. You don’t need to print multiple copies. Read the directions on the game.
  • Play the rocking game .
  • Today, click on the dots on the Americas, North and South America. Include Island and Sea. You’ll do the rest for Lesson 134.
  • Read the definition of each word and look at the picture. (Don’t worry about the other things it has written about it. )
  • You can scroll down to see the full map to click on the next dot.
  • After you have looked at them all, try to tell someone what each word is. Look again at the ones you can’t remember.
  • *Print out this page on landform terminology . Fill in definitions or pictures of the words. The important thing is knowing what they are.
  • Here’s a site you can use to look up meanings .
  • You did the Americas for Lesson 133.
  • You can scroll down to see the map to click on the next one.
  • *Today finish the words of landform terminology . Fill in definitions or pictures of the words.
  • Here’s a site you can use to  look up meanings .
  • Choose a way to quiz yourself. See if you know your landform vocabulary . Choose an activity.
  • Protect the community ! Click on a square and then decide what to put there. It will give you options. Just use the small map. After awhile the “start disaster” button in the top right will become available. Make sure you take your time and get the community ready or you will fail to protect them.
  • Take a landform quiz .
  • Protect the  community ! Click on a square and then decide what to put there. It will give you options. You can use the small map. After awhile the “start disaster” button in the top right will become available. Make sure you take your time and get the community ready or you will fail to protect them.

Central America

  • Technically these countries are part of North America, but they are known as Central America. Take a look at the map . What type of landform is Central America?  (answer: isthmus )
  • Use these photos of Nicaragua to learn about it. What can you learn about the country from the photographs?
  • Tell someone about your observations.
  • *Print out a copy of the map of Central America . Label Nicaragua.
  • Play  Seterra:  North and Central American countries .
  • Technically these countries are part of North America, but they are known as Central America. Take a  look at the map . What type of landform is Central America?  (answer:  isthmus )
  • Use these  photos of Nicaragua  to learn about it. What conclusions can you make from your observations?
  • *Print out a copy of the  map of Central America . Label Nicaragua.
  • Use the flags on the page and the map of flags to try to place each country on the map and then check yourself with the map given.  Central American countries .
  • Learn about  Nicaragua .
  • Play Seterra:  North and Central American countries .
  • Learn about Nicaragua .
  • View pictures of Costa Rica . How long ago were these pictures taken?
  • What can you learn about Costa Rica from the pictures?
  • Look at Costa Rica’s flag . Click “+ Read More” and read about what it means under “Symbolism.”
  • There are three what on the flag? Find them on the map .
  • Place the countries  in South America.
  • View pictures of  Costa Rica . How long ago were these pictures taken?
  • Read a little about the country.
  • Learn about  Costa Rica .
  • Choose another country from South America.
  • Place the countries .
  • Start learning:  North and Central American cities .
  • Try to name the flags ‘ countries.
  • Choose a way to quiz yourself. See if you know your  landform vocabulary .
  • Read about body language in other cultures. ( source )   NOTE: Do NOT click on “source” links.  Those tell us where we originally got the lesson material from. You do NOT need it for your lesson.

Holidays and Traditions

  • Read about food etiquette .
  • Tell someone about them. Keep these in mind if you try some foreign cuisine.
  • Read about  food etiquette .
  • Read about Christmas celebrations .
  • Read about winter celebrations around the world.
  • Learn about five holidays you haven’t heard of before.
  • Learn about ten holidays you haven’t heard of before.
  • Read about birthday traditions .
  • South America  Choose between countries and capitals.
  • Read some traditions and customs around the world. (It’s really long. You don’t have to read the whole thing.)

North America and Mexico

  • *Print out a  North America map .
  • Label Mexico on your map and passport.
  • * Match the numbers to the names.  ( Answers )
  • Here is a map  to help you.
  • *Print out a North America map .
  • Label Mexico on your map.
  • * Match the numbers with the names . ( Answers )
  • Here are two   maps  to help you. Search out more if you need them.
  • Read about Mexico’s history .
  • *Read about its flag . Print it out and color it in.
  • Learn about Mexico .
  • Read a bit more about its history .
  • *Write about it on this page .
  • Play Seterra:  North and Central American cities .
  • Learn some native lingo .
  • Then use the links to read about the day in the life of a child in Mexico. Click on next.
  • Use the link to learn about Mexico.
  • Tell someone about what you read.
  • Go  sightseeing  and look at  pictures . What did you see? What was interesting?
  • Draw in the  country and flag in the box on your worksheet from Lesson 148.
  • Go sightseeing and look at pictures . Make observations from the pictures.
  • Fill in the rest of the worksheet from Lesson 147.  Fast facts    More facts
  • Learn about each territory in Canada .
  • Label Canada on your map (from lesson 146). You can place it in your passport as well.
  • Label its capital as well. (Hint: The biggest star is the capital of the whole country, just like America has state capitals but also a capital of the whole country.)
  • Click on each  territory in Canada to read about it.
  • Label Canada on your map (from lesson 146). Here’s a map of the provinces and territories .
  • Read about  Canada .
  • Learn about Canada’s parliament.
  • Learn about the places and symbols important to it.
  • Read about how Canada’s government differs from America’s . Read the chapter “Canadian and American Government” – document pages 24-29 (PDF pages 30-35 at the top of the website).
  • Use the symbols gallery to learn more.
  • Learn more about Canada .
  • These are links to some historical fiction novels about Canada. Use the links to read their descriptions. What time period is each about? What’s happening?
  • Learn about life for kids in Canada in the 1800s.
  • If you are interested and want to read more, here’s another site . You click on the arrow to see more.
  • Read the first four paragraphs . If you are interested, you can certainly read more.
  • Read the first six paragraphs UNDER the photograph where its starts talking about Mining.
  • Read about the Caribbean .
  • Color in the Caribbean islands on your map (from lesson 146).
  • Learn about Haiti .
  • *Print a map of the US .
  • Click each state to hear its name.
  • Click on five states and read about them.
  • *Find these states and label them using the map you printed. ( Answers )
  • *Print a  map of the US .
  • Click each  state to learn about it. Do half the map today.
  • Where it is bumpy, those are mountains. Where it’s really bumpy and all together, that’s a mountain range.
  • Where it’s brown, that’s desert.
  • Where it’s really flat and smooth in the middle, those are the plains.
  • What does this map show about the different areas of America? Where is it hot? Where is it cold? You can use the slider to change the month it is showing.
  • In what parts of the country does it rain the most ?
  • Have you labeled America on your map yet (from lesson 146)? Label its capital too. Every state has its capital, but there is a star with a circle around it showing the nation’s capital.
  • *Find these  states and label them using the map you printed today. ( Answers )
  • *Print out the  US flag  worksheet. Read about the American flag and color it in.
  • Look at and read about the many different flags of America . What’s similar about them? When was America’s current flag first made?  (answer: 1960 )
  • *Find these  states and label them using the map you printed. ( Answers )
  • Click each  state  to learn about it. Finish going through the states.
  • *Make a landmarks book .
  • You could put some sort of landmark symbol on your map (from lesson 146 or 156) near where each of those landmarks is found.
  • Read about some of America’s famous landmarks .
  • You could mark some on your map (from lesson 146 or 156).
  • Place the states .
  • *You are going to create a map of America. You get to choose what it will show. I think you will want a fresh map to work with that’s just the US.
  • For example, this map shows precipitation  and temperature in different places in America.
  • Another example are these state maps . Maybe you want to show what kinds of things grow in different parts of the country and you can draw pictures. (It’s the bottom link on this page. It says US notebooking page…with clip art.)
  • Here is a website that can give you information for all the states for different topics. You can use this page if you want to find a link to make a map about temperature or population or crime or something else. Decide on a topic. Make a key. Create your map.
  • *You are going to create a map of America. You get to choose what it will show. I think you will want a  fresh map  to work with that’s just the US.
  • For example, the bottom of this page shows maps that show  temperature and precipitation  in different places in America.
  • Another example are these  state maps . Maybe you want to show what kinds of things grow in different parts of the country and you can draw pictures. (It’s the bottom link on this page. It says US notebooking page…with clip art.)
  • *Find these  states and label them using the map you printed (from lesson 156). ( Answers )
  • Play Seterra: US States, East and South .
  • Drag and drop the states . (This might be hard on a mobile device, but you can do it. It’s okay that you can’t drag the state there all at once. You get three chances to drag it to the right place.)
  • Click on the states to learn about their capitals . Do half.
  • Play Seterra:  US States, East and South .
  • Drag and drop the  states .
  • Click on the states to learn about their  capitals . Do half. Finish.
  • Play Seterra:  US States, Western states
  • Play Seterra:  US States .
  • Match the state to its capital .
  • Study the postal abbreviations map that you printed on Lesson 156.
  • Match the state to its  capital .
  • Play Seterra: US States .
  • *Follow the directions to find the postal abbreviations .
  • *Follow the directions to label the states and postal abbreviations . ( Answers )
  • *Match the states to their abbreviations . ( Answers )
  • *What state am I? Look up state nicknames to answer the questions. ( Answers )
  • Practice your states and capitals and abbreviations .
  • Play Seterra:  US Cities .
  • Learn about states by exploring their state quarters .
  • You are going to learn about your state or a state of your choice.
  • You are going to learn about your state or a state of your choice. (You are going to work on this state for three days.)
  • *You can fill in this worksheet about  your city and state . If you aren’t in the United States of America, you could see if this is something you’d want to fill out about your city where, or near where, you live.
  • You are going to learn about your state or a state of your choice. You have three days to work on this.
  • You might also want to use a notebooking page: there are a  couple of options  on this page.
  • maps  to print
  • maps to look at
  • *Draw a map of your state. Label major cities, bodies of water, whatever you choose.
  • Here is where you can find a  map  to look at to help you label yours.
  • You are going to learn about your state or a state of your choice. You have today and Lesson 170 to work on this.
  • You might also want to use a notebooking page: there are a  couple of options .
  • maps  to look at
  • *Print out and complete a notebooking page .
  • Here’s some  info  to help.
  • Play Seterra:  US Capitals .
  • Today, finish and present what you learned about your state or a state of your choice.

Lesson 171  

  • Go on a treasure hunt !
  • Review the states .
  • Practice your state capitals .
  • Create a board game to practice anything you’ve learned this year in geography and cultures.
  • Complete the activity . This is a reminder of how humans interact with their physical geography around them.
  • Finish/play your board game.
  • Complete the map reading activity.
  • Choose a country you didn’t learn about.
  • Choose a country  you didn’t learn about. Use the links.
  • Choose a country  you didn’t learn about, or a favorite. Use the links.
  • Play Seterra: Large Countries .
  • Choose any country or create a country.
  • You are going to create an “experience” in your country.
  • You will have costumes, money, food, speak some words of that language, a landmark for your “tourists” to visit. Be creative! This will happen on Lesson 180.
  • Play Seterra:  Large Countries .
  • Play Seterra: 25 Major Cities .
  • Present your cultural experience.
  • Congratulations ,  You’re done!

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29 Free Printable Geography Worksheets

Have fun learning about the world we live in with our free printable geography worksheets .

These free homeschool printables are carefully crafted to align with educational standards and provide engaging activities that promote critical thinking, map reading skills, and a deeper appreciation for the world’s diverse landscapes and cultures.

By incorporating these free geography worksheets into your curriculum, you’ll be equipping your students with valuable knowledge and skills that will empower them to become global citizens.

So don’t miss out on this opportunity to enrich your geography lessons and inspire a lifelong love for exploring the world. Add our free geography worksheets to your curriculum today!

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Free geography worksheets

Are you ready to embark on an exciting journey of learning and discovery? Look no further! We’re thrilled to present to you an amazing collection of free printable geography worksheets.

These resources are designed to make learning about the world around us engaging, interactive, and most importantly, fun!

Whether you’re exploring continents, countries, or specific regions with your kids, these worksheets offer a wealth of knowledge and activities to expand your understanding of geography.

From identifying countries on maps to discovering cultural landmarks, these worksheets are the perfect companions for curious minds. So, grab your pencils, get ready to explore, and let the adventure begin with our free printable geography worksheets!

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Free world geography printables

World geography is all about learning about our planet and its different parts. It helps us understand things like continents, countries, climates, and cultures.

It’s like going on an adventure to explore new places!

We can learn about Africa’s wide plains, Asia’s tall mountains, Europe’s bustling cities, and South America’s ancient civilizations.

free printable asia worksheets

It’s amazing to see how different and unique each place is.

By studying world geography, we can discover and appreciate the incredible diversity of our world.

  • Free printable Asia worksheets
  • South America worksheets
  • Free Africa worksheets
  • Countries of Europe worksheets
  • Free printable Continents worksheet
  • Continent of Australia and Oceania worksheets
  • Free printable Antarctica worksheets
  • Ukraine coloring pages
  • Scottish coloring pages
  • Free Welsh coloring pages

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Ancient Wonders of the World worksheets

  • Colosseum worksheet . Located in the heart of Rome, this ancient amphitheater serves as a monumental example of Roman engineering and architecture.
  • This Statue of Zeus at Olympia worksheet delves into the towering statue that was once housed in the Temple of Zeus, a marvel of ancient Greek craftsmanship and religious devotion.
  • Explore the construction, purpose, and historical significance of the largest and oldest of the Giza pyramid complex in this Pyramid of Cheops worksheet .
  • Though its existence remains a subject of speculation, this Hanging Gardens of Babylon worksheet examines what the gardens might have looked like, based on ancient texts and modern theories.
  • Mausoleum of Halicarnassus worksheet . Delve into the history and architectural splendor of this tomb, built for Mausolus, an ancient Persian satrap, and one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World.
  • Lighthouse of Alexandria worksheet . Analyze the design and significance of one of the tallest man-made structures of the ancient world, guiding ships into the harbor of Alexandria.
  • This Colossus of Rhodes worksheet investigates the story behind the giant statue that once stood at the entrance of Rhodes harbor, symbolizing the unity and strength of its people.
  • Focusing on the grandeur of one of the largest temples of the ancient world, this Temple of Artemis worksheet explores its significance in Ephesus, both as a place of worship and as a work of architectural beauty.

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Modern Wonders of the World worksheets

  • Great Wall of China worksheet . This extensive fortification, built and rebuilt over centuries, symbolizes the architectural ingenuity and historical resilience of Chinese civilization.
  • Petra worksheet . Carved directly into vibrant red sandstone cliffs, Petra stands as a testament to the Nabataeans’ architectural and engineering prowess in the desert of modern-day Jordan.
  • Christ the Redeemer worksheet . Standing atop Mount Corcovado, this iconic statue of Jesus Christ overlooks Rio de Janeiro, embodying Brazil’s religious faith and cultural unity.
  • Taj Mahal worksheet . This mausoleum, renowned for its magnificent white marble architecture and intricate craftsmanship, represents the pinnacle of Mughal art in India and a monument to love.
  • Chichen Itza worksheet . Explore the architectural and astronomical precision of this Mayan city, highlighting its significance as a center of political, economic, and religious life in ancient Mesoamerica.
  • Machu Picchu worksheet . Situated high in the Andes Mountains, this Incan citadel remains an enduring symbol of the Incan empire’s engineering acumen and harmonious relationship with nature.

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United states geography worksheets.

American geography is all about exploring and understanding the different parts of the United States and its diverse regions. It helps us learn about the states, cities, landscapes, and people across the country.

From the sunny beaches of California to the bustling streets of New York City, American geography allows us to discover the variety of environments and cultures within our own country.

We can explore the vast plains of the Midwest, the majestic Rocky Mountains, the stunning coastline of Florida, and the rich history of places like Washington, D.C.

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By studying American geography, we can gain a deeper appreciation for the beauty and uniqueness of our own land.

  • State facts worksheets
  • North America worksheets
  • American landmarks worksheet
  • Statue of Liberty worksheets
  • 50 States coloring pages printable

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Additional geography resources

Add these worksheets to the best homeschool geography curriculum and watch your students’ understanding and enthusiasm for the subject soar to new heights!

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Explore our treasure trove of geography resources, specially crafted to enhance your students’ learning experience. These materials are designed to both educate and engage, making geography a thrilling subject for students of all ages.

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  • Turn learning into an exciting adventure with the best geography board games that teach geography in a fun and engaging way.
  • Foster spatial awareness and map-reading skills through entertaining map games for kids that make geography come to life.
  • Discover the best state games for kids and help kids learn about the United States and its states in an enjoyable and fun way.
  • Add an Atlas crate to your geography lessons for even more hands on fun. Learn more about it in our KiwiCo Atlas Crate review .

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  • Dive deep into the geography and history of the United States with a comprehensive 50 States unit study that covers all 50 states.
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  • Fun ways to learn the 50 States : Discover effective techniques to help students easily remember and master the U.S. states, making geography lessons more enjoyable and memorable.

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Burundi - Comoros - Djibouti - Eritrea - Ethiopia - Kenya - Madagascar - Malawi - Mauritius - Mayotte - Mozambique - Reunion - Rwanda - Seychelles - Somalia - Uganda - Tanzania - Zambia - Zimbabwe


Angola - Cameroon - Central African Republic - Chad - Congo - Equatorial Guinea - Gabon - Sao Tome and Principe - Zaire


Algeria - Canary Islands - Egypt - Libya - Morocco - South Sudan - Sudan - Tunisia - Western Sahara


Botswana - Lesotho - Namibia - South Africa - Swaziland


Benin - Burkina Faso - Cape Verde - Cote d'Ivoire - Gambia - Ghana - Guinea - Guinea-Bissau - Liberia - Mali - Mauritania - Niger - Nigeria - Saint Helena, Ascension, and Tristan da Cunha - Senegal - Sierra Leone - Togo




China - Hong Kong - Japan - Macau - Mongolia - North Korea - South Korea - Taiwan - Tibet


Afghanistan - Bangladesh - Bhutan - British Indian Ocean Territory - India - Iran - Kazakhstan - Kyrgyzstan - Maldives - Nepal - Pakistan - Sri Lanka - Tajikistan - Turkmenistan - Uzbekistan


Ashmore and Cartier Islands - Brunei - Cambodia - Christmas Island - Cocos (Keeling) Islands - Indonesia - Laos - Malaysia - Myanmar (Burma) - Philippines - Singapore - Thailand - Timor-Leste (East Timor) - Vietnam


Akrotiri - Armenia - Azerbaijan - Bahrain - Cyprus - Dhekelia - Georgia - Iraq - Israel - Jordan - Kuwait - Lebanon - Occupied Palestinian Territory - Oman - Qatar - Saudi Arabia - Syria - Turkey - United Arab Emirates - Yemen

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Belarus - Bulgaria - Czech Republic - Hungary - Poland - Moldova - Romania - Russia - Slovakia - Ukraine


Denmark - Estonia - Faroe Islands - Finland - Guernsey - Iceland - Ireland - Isle of Man - Jan Mayen - Jersey - Latvia - Lithuania - Norway - Svalbard - Sweden - United Kingdom


Albania - Andorra - Bosnia and Herzegovina - Croatia - Gibraltar - Greece - Holy See - Italy - Kosovo - Macedonia - Malta - Montenegro - Portugal - San Marino - Serbia - Slovenia - Spain - Yugoslavia


Austria - Belgium - France - Germany - Liechtenstein - Luxembourg - Monaco - Netherlands - Switzerland
 
Federated States of Micronesia - Guam - Johnston Atoll - Kiribati - Marshall Islands - Nauru - Northern Mariana Islands - Palau


Australia - Coral Sea Islands - Fiji - New Caledonia - New Zealand - Norfolk Island - Papua New Guinea - Solomon Islands - United States Pacific Island Wildlife Refuges - Vanuatu - Wake Island


American Samoa - Cook Islands - French Polynesia - Niue - Pitcairn - Western Samoa - Tokelau - Tonga - Tuvalu - Wallis and Futuna Islands




Anguilla - Antigua and Barbuda - Aruba - Bahamas - Barbados - British Virgin Islands - Cayman Islands - Cuba - Dominica - Dominican Republic - Grenada - Guadeloupe - Haiti - Jamaica - Martinique - Montserrat - Navassa Island - Netherlands Antilles - Puerto Rico - Saint Barthelemy - Saint Kitts and Nevis - Saint Lucia - Saint Martin - Saint Vincent and Grenadines - Trinidad and Tobago - Turks and Caicos Islands - United States Virgin Islands


Belize - Clipperton Island - Costa Rica - El Salvador - Guatemala - Honduras - Mexico - Nicaragua - Panama


Argentina - Bolivia - Brazil - Chile - Colombia - Ecuador - French Guiana - Falkland Islands - Guadeloupe - Guyana - Paraguay - Peru - South Georgia and South Sandwich Islands - Suriname - Uruguay - Venezuela




Bermuda - Canada - Greenland - Saint Pierre and Miquelon - United States of America




Illinois - Indiana - Iowa - Kansas - Michigan - Minnesota - Missouri - Nebraska - North Dakota - Ohio - South Dakota - Wisconsin


Connecticut - Delaware - Maine - Maryland - Massachusetts - New Hampshire - New Jersey - New York - Pennsylvania - Rhode Island - Vermont - Washington, D.C.


Alabama - Arkansas - Florida - Georgia - Kentucky - Louisiana - Mississippi - North Carolina - Oklahoma - South Carolina - Tennessee - Texas - Virginia - West Virginia


Alaska - Arizona - California - Colorado - Hawaii - Idaho - Montana - Nevada - New Mexico - Oregon - Utah - Washington - Wyoming


Bouvet Island - French Southern and Antarctic Islands - Heard Island and McDonald Islands

           
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World Geography is a crucial subject in K-12 education for several reasons.

: World Geography introduces students to the diverse and interconnected world they live in. It fosters an understanding of different cultures, regions, and nations, promoting global awareness and appreciation for cultural diversity.

: In an increasingly globalized world, understanding how different regions and nations are interconnected economically, socially, and environmentally is essential. Geography helps students comprehend the complex web of global relationships.

: Geography highlights the importance of the environment and ecosystems. It provides a foundation for understanding environmental challenges, climate change, and conservation efforts, nurturing environmental consciousness and responsible citizenship.

: Geography encourages critical thinking and spatial analysis. Students learn to interpret maps, understand data, and make informed decisions based on geographic information. These skills are valuable in many aspects of life.

: Geography fosters cultural sensitivity by teaching students about various customs, languages, religions, and traditions. It promotes respect for different cultures and reduces prejudice and stereotypes.

: Many contemporary challenges, such as migration, urbanization, water scarcity, and conflict, are deeply rooted in geography. Understanding these issues requires knowledge of geographic principles.

: Geography is crucial for economic literacy. It helps students grasp global trade, resource distribution, and economic disparities, providing a foundation for understanding economic issues and inequalities.

: Geographic knowledge is vital for disaster preparedness and response. It helps communities plan for natural disasters, such as hurricanes, earthquakes, and floods, reducing vulnerability and increasing resilience.

: Geography is closely linked to political boundaries and international relations. Understanding the world's geography is essential for comprehending geopolitical issues and conflicts.

: Geography equips students with the skills to navigate the world and appreciate travel and tourism opportunities. It encourages exploration and a sense of adventure.

: Geographic skills are valuable in various professions, including urban planning, environmental science, international relations, and transportation. A strong foundation in geography can open doors to numerous career opportunities.

: In today's digital age, geographic information systems (GIS) and mapping technologies are widely used. Geography education prepares students for digital literacy and understanding geographic data in a digital world.

: Geography education contributes to the development of global citizens who are informed, engaged, and capable of addressing global challenges. It empowers students to make a positive impact on the world.

: Geography plays a crucial role in understanding the distribution and management of natural resources, from water and energy sources to agriculture and forestry.

: Geography provides context for historical events, migrations, and cultural developments. It aids in understanding how geography has shaped the course of history.

World Geography is vital for fostering global awareness, environmental stewardship, cultural sensitivity, critical thinking, and the ability to address complex global issues. It prepares students for active participation in an interconnected world and equips them with valuable life skills and knowledge.
       
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Geography worksheets can be a valuable resource for teachers and students looking for activities and information related to both U.S. states and foreign countries. Each link leads you to a page featuring general background about the subject, whether it be countries like Germany and Japan, or states like Alaska and Nevada. The resources also include crossword puzzles, vocabulary worksheets, alphabet-ordering activities and explanations of geographical terms—such as isthmus, island and archipelago.

Use these printables as study aids, pop quizzes or launching points for discussions about the various states and countries included here. Add these free printable geography worksheets to your homeschool day to reinforce geography skills and for variety and fun.

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10 Free Geography Worksheets to Explore the World

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Geography Worksheets

If you love geography, then you’re going to love these simple and free geography worksheets .

What I love about geography is how it gives you a unique overarching perspective of the world.

For example, you can study anything from traveling, cultures, and Earth science. Indeed, you can piece together the world.

And with this collection of geography worksheets, you can piece together an incredible geography lesson plan.

1. Flag Quiz

Flag Guessing

Every country has a flag to proudly represent. From simple flags like Japan and the United States. All the way to more challenging flags like Cambodia and Swaziland.

Can you identify the flags of the world in the flags quiz?

2. Know Your Oceans

Know Your Oceans

Now, there are 5 oceans in the world. But we only used to recognize just 4 oceans. Actually, throughout history, the number of oceans has changed significantly.

Can you list our current ocean names in the ocean worksheet below?

3. Country Outlines

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I love geography. Who doesn’t? Match the country with its outline, then draw a country. How close are you to the real thing?

One of my brightest students always loved drawing country outlines for fun so I dedicate this one to him.

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Deserts, rain forests, and tundras are types of ecosystems. In this geography activity, you match the word with each type of landscape.

From deserts to tundras, students learn the types of landscapes we have. Can you think of any more types of ecosystems that aren’t in the worksheet?

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Do you know where the largest cities are in the Americas? Write the number for each city on the map.

Similar to pin the tail on the donkey (without the blindfold), how close are you to the actual location of the city?

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Finally, what is the weather typically for each month and season? How about weather patterns for different continents and ecosystems?

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After this activity, can you recognize the monument and country outline?

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Instead of a capital quiz, this capital cities crossword puzzle helps you learn geography in an interesting way.

Solve the capital cities crossword puzzle by entering horizontal and vertical entries as the country’s capital.

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Can you spell all the continents of the world? Because in this continents worksheet, you untangle each continent with the help of the number on the map.

Reorder the letters to spell the continents and check if you can spell each continent correctly.

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Free Printables and Worksheets for Learning About Europe

Published: April 21, 2021

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Grab these free worksheets for learning about Europe and explore the continent of Europe, the second smallest continent on Earth.

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Learning About Europe with Fun Facts

  • Europe only has a land area of 4 million square miles yet many of the most prominent empires came from there, including Great Britain, Rome, Russia, and the Spanish Empire.
  • The name Europe came from the Greek word “ eurus ” which means wide. When you see the continent of Europe on a map, you understand why it was described as wide.
  • Some say it can also be named after an Ancient Syrian word “ ereb ” which means sunset. I wonder if it is because the sun seemed to set there from Asia. Anyway, I have no idea.
  • The continent of Europe is part of the landmass containing both Europe and some parts of Asia – Eurasia. So although they are separate continents, they still share a landmass.
  • There are over 250 different languages that are spoken all throughout the continent of Europe.
  • Fun fact – Europe is home to the very smallest country in the world, Vatican City, and the largest, Russia.
  • Find out more random and cool facts here about Europe and its many countries.

Living in Europe

I remember living in Spain for three years as a young mom. I was blessed to have a job that sent me to many areas over Europe, providing training to military and military dependents.

My Spanish friends explained it was an absolute mandatory graduation requirement that students learn a second language in school. Knowing now that there are 250 languages in Europe alone explains why Spain made it a requirement that students learn a second language before heading out to the world.

Europe holds a special place in my heart. It was an amazing experience visiting places like Germany, Italy, Portugal, and more.

Europe Worksheets

Get some help with your lessons on Europe with these Europe worksheets.

  • Montessori-Inspired Study of Europe | Every Star is Different
  • Europe in a Nutshell | The Pinay Homeschooler
  • Learning About Europe in Montessori | Montessori Nature
  • Europe Unit Part 2 | Every Star is Different
  • Teaching Europe in the Montessori Classroom | Montessori Nature
  • The Study of Northern Europe | The Pinay Homeschooler
  • Geography for Kids: European Countries, Flags, and Maps | Ducksters
  • Europe Continent – Europe Facts For Kids | DK Find Out
  • Europe: Facts for Kids | Oddizzi

Geography of Europe Worksheets

Explore these free printables and worksheets for learning about Europe.

  • FREE Printable Europe Poster Set | Instant Display
  • Road Trip Through Europe (FREE Printable) | Teach Junkie
  • Countries of Europe FREE Word Search | Monster Word Search
  • Montessori-Inspired Study Of Europe w/ FREE Printables | Every Star is Different

Europe Worksheet PDFs

  • Medieval Europe Interactive Notebook for FREE | Teach Student Savvy
  • FREE European Explorer Printables | Laura Love to Teach
  • European Capitals Crossword Puzzle FREE Printable | Real Life at Home
  • FREE European Countries Fact Cards | The Pinay Homeschooler
  • Countries of Europe (Territory Outlines) FREE | The Pinay Homeschooler
  • European Country Search V FREE Worksheet | Education.com
  • FREEBIE What is a Landmark? – Famous Landmarks in Europe | Maria Angala NBCT

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Europe Activities

Add these map activities about Europe to your homeschool lessons.

  • Europe in 1914 – FREE Map Resource | Mrgrayhistory
  • Countries and Flag Maps FREE Printable – Europe | Homeschool Den
  • FREE Sample (including Europe) World Regional Maps Coloring Book | Free US and World Maps
  • Animals of Europe for the Montessori Wall Map & Quietbook with FREE Printables | Imagine Our Life

Books About Europe

Check out these books about Europe to read from your local library.

  • European History Books for Students | Learn in Color
  • Global Passport: Best Children’s Picture Books Set in Europe (FREE Resource Guide) | Rebekah Gienap

Europe Printables

These activities will be a great addition to your lessons on Europe

  • FREE Europe Interactive Quizzes | Seterra.com
  • Europe Activities for Kids | Kid World Citizen
  • World Geography Scavenger Hunt: Europe ~ FREE Printable | Starts at Eight
  • Hands-on Learning on the European Regions | The Pinay Homeschooler

Worksheets on Europe

  • Montessori Activities For Europe (And Other Continents) – Trillium Montessori 7 Continents Bundle | Living Montessori Now
  • FREE Geography Scramble Volume 4-Europe | Write Bonnie Rose
  • Europe Activities for Kids – Germany, Spain and Italy Printable 3-Part Cards | The Natural Homeschool

Europe Videos

Your visual learners will enjoy these videos all about Europe .

  • Europe | National Geographic Kids
  • Come Explore . . . Europe | Lonely Planet Kids
  • European Geography Made Easy | Miacademy learning

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If you’re jumping into Culture, why not have your students start with its building blocks. With this worksheet, have students read about what makes a culture, including artifacts, mentifacts, values, traditions, taboos, customs, and rituals. Then, have students use a friendly Wikipedia site as a starting point to research an ethnic group and apply what they know. Any camera ready device will read the provided QR codes that are linked to the Illustrated text and worksheet.

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France Country Study Worksheet - Europe - Geography

France Country Study Worksheet - Europe - Geography

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This Geography Social Studies Teaching resource is great for Country Study Activities on France (Europe). This Printable Teaching Resource is a 2 pages PDF Worksheet on France. It can be suitable for Middle School and High School Geography and Social Studies Learners (7th-12th graders).

This Teaching Material can be great for testing students on their knowledge on France and French Culture (basic information + language + history + geography + economy + Paris + culture).

In this Geography, Social Studies Country Study on France (PDF Printable Worksheets; 2 pages) there are included:

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  • questions on History
  • questions on the Language
  • questions of the Economy
  • an exercise where it is asked to list some of the most famous sights in Paris (Capital)
  • an exercise where it is asked to list other cities in France
  • an exercise where it is asked to write about the French Culture

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